Singapore Airlines has announced that it is to provide more flights from India, in news that could be beneficial to British travellers.

Singapore Airlines has announced that it is to provide more flights from India, in news that could be beneficial to British travellers.

Five more flights will go from Delhi, while two more per week will depart from Bangalore, company officials revealed.

This will bring the total of flights from Delhi to 14 per week, with a view to also increasing the number leaving from Mumbai and Chennai.

“Our new Sunrise services will provide connectivity to people travelling to and beyond Singapore,” the airline’s general manager in India, CW Foo, told the Economic Times.

People booking holidays to India may wish to consider a visit to Karjat, where the coastal plains of the Konkan end and the Bhor Ghat begins.

Karjat has a number of health resorts and farmhouses and is a base for some easy treks in the area. During the monsoons it is possible to go rafting in the upper sections of the Ulhas River, near Karjat, according to India’s ministry of tourism.

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